The European Business Network for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR Europe), a European platform for businesses looking to enhance sustainable growth and positively contribute to society, recently organized the Enterprise 2020 Summit in Brussels (…

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Greece will be among the countries to attend the World Travel Market (WTM) in London, which opens its doors today (November 2) and will run through November 5, in the hope that it can further strengthen its position in the UK market.…

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KATHRÉPTIS (mirror, in Greek) - an international meeting organized by Culture Action Europe (CAE) in collaboration withAgenda 21 for Culture and the British Council - Greece – takes place today at theArt F…

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The Greek ministry for Economy and Development has issued its Economic Outlook Bulletin for March-April 2018 titled "From recovery to growth". According to the report, the main economic trend is the high growth rate of private productive invest…

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“Athens is facing unprecedented challenges in the recent history of Western civilization, yet the city also represents a destination, a centre of hope and survival, and a place where one can conceive new realities.”

Forty International F…

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Summer Nostos Festival comes back for the fourth consecutive year; the festival’s name comes from a Greek word for “homecoming”, the root of the word nostalgia: “the inexhaustible desire to return to all things familiar”…

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Among the Greek industries promising growth, investment and profits, even during these times of austerity, is Nanotechnology. At the heart of the nanotechnology miracle in Greece is the internationally well known Laboratory for Thin Films, Nanosystem…

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By Nikos Pappas*

You don’t need to predict the future to say that 2018 will be a critical year for Europe. The divisions are transparent and manifest themselves at different levels. But already, the possibility of a composition towards a…

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Pierre Rosanvallon, who holds the chair in modern and contemporary political history at the Collège de France, was invited by the French Institute in Greece to deliver a lecture on the challenges faced by democracy in the 21st century. He spok…

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The research and cultural programme Tragedy 2.0, an international collective exploration of the paradoxical encounter between Ancient Greek tragedy and the digital era, takes place at the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation on 2-18 October 2018. The progra…

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